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Distillation in a boreal mossy forest floor

Distillation in a boreal mossy forest floor

Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33(4): 663-671

ISSN/ISBN: 0045-5067

DOI: 10.1139/x02-197

The feathermoss-dominated floor of coniferous boreal forests can experience midsummer drought. From ecophysiological studies, based on single shoots, it is unclear how the live moss carpet can survive such stress. External capillary wicking from the lowest, moist organic layers is one possibility. Another is evaporation from the same source followed by condensation on the upper, live moss shoots (distillation).

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